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Real estate roundup

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Recent commercial real estate transactions as reported by area brokerage firms.

13 West has purchased .7 of an acre at 13th Street and Columbia Street in Vancouver from Pioneer Associates. The purchase price was $1,000,000. Bob Bernhardt and Gordon Lewis of Coldwell Banker Commercial Jenkins & Associates represented both parties.

Baylor and Associates has leased 950 square feet of office space at 2200 Broadway, Vancouver. Terry Phillips of The Phillips Group represented the landlord.

Cases 4 Phones, providing retail sales of cellphones and accessories and cellphone repair, has leased 1,115 square feet at Crossroads Shopping Center, 14300 N.E. 20th St., Suite 102, Vancouver. The anticipated move-in date is Jan. 1. Deborah Ewing of Eric Fuller & Associates represented the landlord and Trevor Sosky of KW Commercial represented the tenant.

Great Western Malting Company has leased 45,144 square feet of warehouse space at Columbia Business Center, 3601 S.E. Columbia Way, Space 51, Vancouver. KC Fuller and Eric Fuller of Eric Fuller & Associates represented the tenant and Dave Brown of Columbia Commercial Properties represented the landlord.

Omar Neel has leased 680 square feet of office space at 500 W. Eighth St., Vancouver, from Clark County. Terry Phillips of The Phillips Group represented the landlord.

Roger Young and Li Xu have purchased a 1,584-square-foot commercial building at 9003 E. Mill Plain Blvd., Vancouver, from Xiaoping Ding and Gugua Holly Go. The purchase price was $195,000. Adam Roselli of Eric Fuller & Associates represented the seller, and Byron Roselli of Eric Fuller & Associates represented the buyer.


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